Where do French teenagers eat lunch?
French teenagers eat lunch in the school canteen, or at home if they have time to get there (or when not at school).
French people eat healthy and they also eat a lot. For lunch they might have fish or chicken. For dessert they eat salads and fruits and much more. French people love to drink wine when they eat lunch. For the french people lunch is their biggest meal of the day but we say it is dinner.
The phrase "after we eat lunch" directly translated to French is "après nous déjeunons"
the french have vegatables, then meat and salad then cheese then their dessert. they eat french food
12.00 to 13.30 will be lunch 19.00 to 21.00 will be dinner
Yes, they could do, but the french mostly have them for breakfast.
Dear americans, Bonjour! we eat 5 meals per day breakfast , per lunch , lunch snack, dinner merci (thank you in french)
Most French families eat their dinner together (and their breakfast, and their lunch) sitting at the kitchen table.
It is quite common, but not mandatory to have lunch at school. Nearly all schools in France offer the possibility to eat at a canteen.
What percent of teens do not eat lunch? It usually depends on what age they are. Mostly all 6th graders will eat lunch. About 1/3 7th graders only get a small snack, and about 50 seventh graders per school don't eat anything at all. It is the same for 8th graders. Since about half of the teenagers don't eat breakfast either, it is very important that they know that it's good for them to eat… Read More
je mange mon déjeuner
they have; it is also permitted to leave school to have lunch at home if you are living next to the school. I go to a all French school & we have to eat a school but we are allowed to go home to eat but only if our parents come to get us
They're French, for heaven's sake; they eat lunch. At home if it's near enough, or in the cantine scolaire, where they serve a three-course meal.
as-tu pris ton petit dÃ©jeuner ? est-ce que tu as dÃ©jÃ dÃ©jeunÃ© ? are French equivalents for 'did you eat your lunch yet?'
yes, but lunch is the most important meal of the day
cheese and bread
French Schools eat lunch in a cafeteria (most of the time) where in Australia we buy our lunch and stand around... we don't have a special room to sit down and eat lunch. Another difference is well french schools speak frnch and Aussie schools speak English (obvious much) i <3 Australia i <3 France
The French eat salads, pizza, pasta, soups. Dinner is usualy lighter than lunch, but nonetheless a real meal.
Usually nothing. French people eat lunch from 12 till 2, then dinner between 630 and 930.
They eat whatever they feel like. They might enjoy a good bowl of Captain Crunch.
Je veux dÃ©jeuner is a French equivalent of 'I want to eat lunch'. The subject 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'veux' means '[I] wish, want, like'. The verb 'dÃ©jeuner' means 'to have or eat lunch'. All together, they're pronounced 'zhuh vuh deh-zhuh-neh'.
French kids usually go to the canteen (or home) somewhere between 12:00 and 13:30. The lunch break is at least an hour long.
they eat not alot at breakfast and at lunch they eat seven different coarses but at dinner they dont eat much again
i was just wondering as i am doing a project in school on french food i was wondering if you could tell what peole in France would eat fro lunch and diner
"je prends mon petit dÃ©jeuner"
"Je mange des pâtes pour déjeuner."
French people eat a variety of foods. They eat fruits, vegetables, meats, and dessert. Breakfast is often a pastry, or cereal. Lunch and dinner are longer meals with many options.
They don't. They eat breakfasrt, lunch and dinner, and that's it. I have seen French six-year-olds refuse birthday cake because it wasn't a mealtime.
Answer The french people eat lunch at 2:oopm. They eat meat and fish or one of them for lunch. With the meat or fish they eat vegtables, salad, and a lot of different kinds of cheeses. Ans.2 The standard french lunch period is 12 - 2. Almost all restaurants in France serve lunch only between those hours. For most people lunch is the main meal of the day. A typical restaurant might serve a fixed-price… Read More
'lunch' in french is 'déjeuner'
What do we eat for lunch
5 breakfeast, brunch, hollo, lunch, and dinner
dÃ©jeuner, prendre son dÃ©jeuner
They eat fish and chips, Salads, Baguettes, Ham, onions, Tomatoes, probably the same foods as everyone else.
Pack lunch in French is: panier repas
its about 30 minutes and they eat crappy food trust me
Traditionally, the French had a big lunch and a small dinner. These days they are more balanced. They do not usually eat specialties like snails and/or frog's legs. These are usually just for special occasions & tourists. They eat salad, fresh bread and regular food anyone else would eat.
Teenagers need to eat healthy foods.
The Teenagers - French band - was created in 2005.
Yes the question What do you eat for lunch? is grammatically correct. This is something you would ask someone to find out what types of things they usually eat for their lunch. Not to be confused with What did you eat for your lunch? which is a question to find out what someone had at a specific time for their lunch.
past simple - ate - He ate his lunch. past continuous - was/were eating - The students were eating their lunch. present continuous (future) - am/is/are eating - We are eating lunch before we leave. going to (future) - am/is/are going to eat - The students are going to eat their lunch soon. I am going to eat my lunch later. will (future) - will eat - I will eat my lunch after the test.
French lunch breaks are one hour long.
lunch = déjeuner (pronounced day-sher-nay) le déjeuner lunch is translated 'le déjeuner' (masc.) in French.
What do New Zealanders eat for lunch?
the best time to eat lunch is at 12:00
In about noon as everyone they eat lunch
comer el almuerzo = to eat lunch
It depends on what you eat for a school lunch. If your lunch is packed yes if not then no. It can be healthy if you eat fruits and vegetables at school lunch.
they usually from 12 noon till 2pm because everything closes during this period of time
Aimeriez-vous manger le dÃ©jeuner maintenant ?
'une cantine' le midi, je mange Ã la cantine: at lunch, I eat at the canteen